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An evaluation version of Forefront Security for Exchange Server is included with the Exchange Server 2007 installation media. Although you would normally perform message screening on an Edge Tansport server on a perimeter network, we will install this package on the computer assigned the Hub Transport server role.
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Although included on the Exchange Server 2007 installation media, an evaluation version of Forefront Security for Exchange Server can be downloaded by accessing the following link: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/eval/fses/default.mspx.
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To complete this practice, perform the following steps: 1. Log on to the computer hosting Exchange Server 2007 using the Kim_Akers account. 2. Navigate to the Forefront directory on the Exchange Server 2007 installation media and double-click Setup.exe. This will start the Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server Installation Wizard, as shown in Figure 2-16. Click Next to continue.
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3. Review the license agreement and then click Yes. 4. On the Customer Information page, click Next. 5. On the Installation Location page, ensure that Local Installation is selected and then click Next.
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Lesson 1: Installing Exchange Server 2007
6. On the Installation Type page, ensure that Full Installation is selected, as shown in Figure 2-17, and then click Next.
Figure 2-17
Forefront installation type
7. On the Quarantine Security Settings page, ensure that Secure Mode is selected and then click Next. 8. Review the five randomly selected antivirus scan engines and then click Next. 9. Review the information on the Engine Updates Required page and then click Next. 10. On the Choose Destination Location page, review the installation location and then click Next. 11. In the Select Program Folder, review the location the program icons will be installed to and then click Next. 12. On the Start Copying Files page, review the installation settings and then click Next. The installation process will now commence. 13. During the installation process, you will be asked if you would like setup to restart the Exchange Transport service. Click Next to have the service restarted.
BEST PRACTICES
Restarting Transport Service
In a production environment, you might choose to wait until an off-peak period to perform this operation. In general, you would add a component such as this during a period when having the server offline would cause minimal impact to your organization s operations.
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Installing Exchange Server and Configuring Server Roles
14. After the service has been restarted, click Next and then click Finish. The readme file for Forefront Security for Exchange will open automatically. Review its contents and then close the file. 15. Restart the computer.
NOTE
Restart optional
Restarting the computer is not strictly necessary but will refresh all services that Exchange Server 2007 relies on.
16. When the computer has restarted, log back on using the Kim_Akers user account. From the Programs menu, open Forefront Server Security Administrator. Click OK in the Connect To Server dialog box to open the local instance of this program. Click OK to dismiss the License Notice dialog box. 17. Click Scanner Updates under Settings. 18. Click Update Now in the right-hand-side pane of Forefront Server Security Administrator when Scanner Updates is selected, as shown in Figure 2-18.
Figure 2-18
Updating virus definitions
Lesson 1: Installing Exchange Server 2007
Lesson Summary
Mailbox servers host message data. Client Access servers allow access to Mailbox servers. Hub Transport servers route message data. Edge Transport servers route messages to and from the Internet, though this can also be done by Hub Transport servers. Unified Messaging servers store voice and fax data. The active Clustered Mailbox, passive Clustered Mailbox, and Edge Transport server roles cannot be installed with other roles. Computers assigned the Edge Transport server role are located on perimeter networks. They should not be members of an Active Directory environment. The standard way to set up Exchange Server 2007 is using a wizard that allows you to perform either a typical install, which installs the Client Access, Mailbox, and Hub Transport roles, or a custom install, where the combination of roles is selected by the administrator. The Unified Messaging, Edge Transport, and Clustered Mailbox roles can be installed graphically only by using a custom install. Command-line installation allows for a greater number of configuration options than the graphic installation. The majority of setup options must be passed directly from the command line. Answer files are used primarily to set up clusters. Communications with Client Access servers are encrypted using SSL. Installing the Client Access server role creates a default SSL certificate, though this will not be trusted by clients. Clustered roles require that the host server already be a node in a cluster. Clusters can be implemented on the enterprise editions of Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008. You can implement active or passive mailbox clusters. Load balancing can be used to ensure that computers that host the Client Access, Hub Transport, and Edge Transport roles are not overwhelmed. This is done by adding servers hosting identical roles as nodes in an NLB cluster. An evaluation version of Forefront Security for Exchange Server is included with the Exchange Server 2007 installation media.
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